DONALD Trump has said there is "enough evidence to charge Barack Obama and Joe Biden for spying on his campaign."
The president said "these people should be indicted" during a Fox Business interview on Thursday morning, naming the Democratic duo.
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"These are people that spied on my campaign — and we have everything — and now they say 'we have much more,' and I say, '[Attorney General] Bill [Barr], we got plenty, you don't need anymore'," Trump continued.
"We've got so much, Maria, just take a look at the [former FBI Director James] Comey report, 78 pages of kill, done by [DOJ Inspector General Michael] Horowitz," he added.
Trump's comments came just two days after he called for Hillary Clinton to be charged and blasted her as a "con artist" after declassifying documents on her email scandal.
After the news was broke on Tuesday night that the president had declassified the relevant documents, he started taking direct hits at the former Secretary of State.
Retweeting an article claiming that Clinton "allegedly approved Russiagate falsehood as distraction from email scandal," Trump insinuated that she should be charged.
"A Disgraceful Con Arist! Charges anyone?" he wrote.
Trump confirmed the declassification on social media on Tuesday, writing: "I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax.
"Likewise, the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal. No redactions!"
The president was responding to a Monday tweet from conservative journalist Paul Sperry.
Sperry's tweet read: "When all the documents are finally declassified, and all the redactions removed from reports, the nation will see that the FBI and CIA not only knew the Russia 'collusion' allegations against Trump were a political dirty trick, but that they were in on the trick."
A new letter from Donald Trump's intel chief said Clinton allegedly planned to "stir up a scandal" against Trump in 2016 – connecting him with Vladimir Putin and Russia.
An email scandal plagued former Secretary of State Clinton in 2016.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe wrote to Senator Lindsey Graham and claimed that Clinton "approved a campaign" to vilify Trump in 2016.
It further claimed that Obama was briefed of Clinton's plan by Brennan.
At the time, Clinton was a candidate for president in the 2016 race.
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